The Constructibility Review Process: A Constructor's Perspective
Journal of Management in Engineering
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The author has touched on a part of the project development process that is quite important to the success of a project. The subjects of constructibility and quality of design plans have been identified and publicized as significant national issues. The construction industry, as a whole, has expressed concern about the increasing number of projects proposed for construction that appear to be marginally biddable or buildable. For many transportation agencies across the country, concern over project design plans stem from the added pressures of diminishing funds, compressed project timelines, increasing technical complexities, extensive regulatory restrictions, and increasing public and private involvement. A structural constructibility review process is an effective means by which transportation agencies can ensure the constructibility and quality of projects amidst these added pressures.
Building; Construction industry; Engineering; Engineering--Management
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Civil Engineering | Construction Engineering and Management | Environmental Sciences | Sustainability
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Gambatese, J. A.,
Mcmanus, J. F.
The Constructibility Review Process: A Constructor's Perspective.
Journal of Management in Engineering, 15(1),